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Bishop | By Bandit9

Daryl Villanueva from Bandit9 has rolled out another supreme custom motorcycle from his workshop in Beijing, China. His latest masterpiece is the custom built "Bishop", a minimalist ride based on a Honda Supersport. It features an high-grade steel unibody that contrasts beautifully with the wood burl side panels, a custom gas cap, a sand-casted swingarm, aluminum indicators and custom brake light. The bespoke "Bishop” is limited to nine units only. watch the video



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New Legend Scout LSII-ONE | Image

New Legend Scout LSII-ONE

New Legend has a reputation for its over-the-top restomods, especially International Scout builds. Founded by Sean Barber, it is quite possibly the best Scout "retro-mod" shop in the world, they bring the iconic American SUV into the 21st century without compromising its old world charm. Up for sale is this LSII-One, a prime example of New Legend’s expert work. This pristine example has been fully restored with an overhaul that includes a GM 6.2L LS3 (430 hp) engine...
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1966 BATMOBILE REPLICA FOR SALE | Image

1966 BATMOBILE REPLICA FOR SALE

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Jeep Five-Quarter | Image

Jeep Five-Quarter

For the 53rd annual off-road fan fest in Moab, Utah, Jeep has collected a bunch of sweet pickup-truck concepts to celebrate the return of the famous Gladiator pickup truck. But, the star of the show, is the only one not based on a current Gladiator pickup or Wrangler, it is instead this beastly custom based on the 1968 Jeep M715 military truck. The Jeep M-715 Five-Quarter started out as a Craigslist purchase, which was stripped to the bare bones, keeping all the cla...
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